EDPS 470- Collective Bargaining Practice and Policy in K-12 and Higher Education
Note: If you are a regularly admitted UIC student and wish to enroll in this course, you must enroll in the campus section of the course by using Student Self-Service.
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EDPS 470 – Collective Bargaining Practice and Policy in K-12 and Higher Education
College/Department: College of Education – Educational Policy Studies
Dates: 6/13/22 – 8/3/22
Credits: 4 graduate semester credit hours
Tuition/Fees: $495 per semester credit hour tuition.
Description: The purpose of EDPS 470 is to introduce students to the major issues surrounding collective bargaining in K-12 and higher education. Students will have the opportunity to examine collective bargaining from several different perspectives, including its history, the negotiation of collective bargaining agreements, different types of collective bargaining processes, and the effects of collective bargaining on a range of actors and institutions. Students also will have the opportunity to explore collective bargaining through concrete cases, such as Chicago.
Prerequisite: Graduate level only and Consent of the instructor
Textbook: For textbook information contact the instructor at email@example.com
Audit Option: No
Instructor: Ben Superfine
Location: This course meets both online and on campus in room 2219 of the Education, Theatre, Music, and Social Work building
Schedule: This course meets online and on campus on Tuesday & Thursday 4:30-8:30.
Enrollment Deadline: Two weeks before the start of the course.
This course is a regular UIC campus course (listed in the UIC Schedule of Classes) in which a limited number of seats is available for continuing education students. If you are a regularly admitted UIC student and wish to enroll in this course, you must enroll in the campus section of that course by using Student Self-Service.